One year after the coronavirus brought our world to a standstill, The Florida Orchestra has hit a milestone filled with hope: We have now performed more than 50 concerts for…
The Florida Orchestra debuts on WEDU-PBS television this Friday (Dec. 18) at 9 pm with Inside the Music: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, a special broadcast recorded live at the Mahaffey Theater…
We are thrilled to announce that Daniel Black is our new resident conductor, our first in more than a decade. He conducts, composes and – new skill! – makes virtual orchestra videos during pandemics. Congratulations, Dan!
Since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in March, nothing has been more important than the health and safety of our patrons, musicians and staff. That has never wavered. Now, as…
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, you must be wondering about the orchestra’s plan to return in the fall. President & CEO Mark Cantrell gives an update on changes in the works. Today on the TFO Blog.
“We will bring you music any way we can.” TFO President & CEO Mark Cantrell shares what we know so far about TFO’s fall season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Today on the TFO Blog.
We've hit 100 videos! That's how many performance and education videos we've posted in our TFO at Home series since mid-March, when we vowed to keep the music going. All free.
Conductor and composer Daniel Black found inspiration in his great-grandmother, a prominent suffragette in Wisconsin in the early 20th century, for his arrangement of Daughters of Freedom. Learn more about how the video was created, today on the blog.
A message from the maestro: We will keep bringing you music! Read Michael Francis' letter to our community.
Kurt Loft remembers famed composer Krzysztof Penderecki. Not for his movie music, but as TFO’s first-ever guest conductor. Kurt takes us back to 1985.